While a major remodel is a time-consuming and likely an inconvenient venture, the results are downright spectacular in many cases. Admittedly, I am partial to older homes. Their character, unique features, ample space and storage, and established yards just speak to me in ways new construction does not. This blog will go through the most important categories to consider in embarking upon a remodel.
Paul Kazanofski of Revision Homes, LLC, discusses the in and outs of working with an electrician on a home rehabilitation (fix and flip) project.
Countertops are one way to update a kitchen without redoing the entire room, and improve resale of a dated space. If you crave a major change for how your kitchen looks, you might consider replacing your countertops. Switching out the existing tops for new ones can give the room a transformative feel, and even improve […]
Careers in real estate aren’t limited to being a real estate agent, broker, or other vocation where certifications are required. Anyone can make money in the world of real estate through several strategies to build honest, legitimate wealth in a safe fashion. Channeling the entrepreneurial spirit, real estate wealth can be built through investor […]
For my last post in the Real Estate Investing series, I sat down with Becky Demastus, another agent in my office who works primarily with investors. She is a high-producing, award-winning agent who has been featured in The Wall Street Journal and Real Trends. She has also become our company’s resident expert for transactions involving […]
Inexpensive Kitchen Designs Not every kitchen transformation has to be a total, expensive gut job. The average mid-range redo now hovers near $62,000 nationally and a higher $123,000 for a luxe makeover, according to the latest “Cost vs. Value” Report from Remodeling Magazine; both higher costs than in the prior year. But you can […]
The art of “flipping houses” is one not for the faint of heart, and requires a diverse set of skills that range from the expectant knowledge of real estate to marketing, design, and the ability to “make a great impression” on people who interact with your business. And while the term “jack-of-all-trades” might not be […]